Neighborhood Watch: South

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Aggravated Assault
1400 block Hollins St., Sunday, July 31, 7:10 p.m.: A man physically assaulted a woman on the street.

1100 block Sargeant St., Tuesday, Aug. 2, 8:34 p.m.: A man was arrested for stabbing another man in the chest.

1200 block W. Lombard St., Wednesday, Aug. 3, 7:58 a.m.: Police found a woman wandering naked in a house on Lombard St. She had a head wound and a stab wound to her chest. The victim told police that she argued with a housemate and the argument turned physical. Police arrested the housemate, who had apparently punched the victim, stabbed her with scissors and beaten her with a crutch.

1600 block W. Pratt St., Thursday, Aug. 4, 4:30 a.m.: A man was robbed and stabbed by three males.

Burglary
300 block S. Fulton Ave., Monday, Aug. 1, 11:50 p.m.: Someone broke into a house but did not steal anything.

1700 block W. Lombard St., Wednesday, Aug. 3, 4:15 a.m.: Police arrested two women breaking into a house. Nothing was stolen and there was no property damage.

500 block E. Gittings St., Saturday, Aug. 6, 8 a.m.: Someone tried to break into a house but failed.

Stolen auto
1700 block W. Lombard St., Thursday, Aug. 4, 9 p.m.: Someone stole a 1997 Dodge Caravan.

300 block S. Gilmor St., Sunday, Aug. 7, 3:55 a.m.: Someone stole a motor scooter.

1200 block Riverside Ave., Tuesday, Aug. 2, 7:30 a.m.: Someone cut a cable lock and stole a 2008 Yamaha motor scooter.

Larceny
1300 block Light St., Sunday, July 31, 1:50 a.m.: Two women were fighting and one dropped her purse. Someone opened the purse and stole her wallet.

1400 block Harper St., Monday, Aug. 1, 2:01 p.m.: Someone cut and stole the catalytic converter from a car.

1600 block Ramsay St., Tuesday, Aug. 2, 7 a.m.: Someone stole a gas grill from a back yard.

2700 block Port Covington Dr., Tuesday, Aug. 2, 11 p.m.: A woman was arrested for shoplifting a dress and body oil.
1800 block Wilkens Ave., Wednesday, Aug. 3, 8 a.m.: Someone stole a two-foot copper pipe from a back yard.

100 block W. Randall St., Wednesday, Aug. 3, noon: Someone stole a teal colored Diamondback mountain bike from a back yard.

1000 block S. Charles St., Thursday, Aug. 4, 8:15 p.m.: A man was arrested for shoplifting hair clippers.
1400 block Cooksie St., Friday, Aug. 5, 4:30 p.m.: Police arrested a man breaking into cars and recovered a camera and GPS, which they returned to its owner.

700 block Washington Blvd., Sunday, Aug. 7, 5:20 p.m.: A woman shoplifted cleaning supplies from a store.
Stolen from various cars in various blocks: Four GPS, headphones, two iPods, a laptop, computer equipment, luggage, a camera and personal papers.

City delays bridge closing

The city Department of Transportation has delayed the closing of the Fort Avenue Bridge till Monday, Aug. 22.

The bridge is being closed for replacement and will be closed for 10 months to 1 year.

The announced completion date for the bridge replacement project is June 1, 2012.

Motorists may use Andre Street or McComas Street to get in and out of Locust Point while the bridge is closed.

DOT and CSX, the company that runs trains through the Locust Point rail yard, are working on a system to send text messages to Locust Pointers’ cell phones when a train is blocking both Andre and McComas St. The system is not yet operational, said DOT spokeswoman Tia Waddy.

Bus detour
The MTA number 1 bus, which travels through Locust Point south of the bridge will be rerouted beginning Aug. 22, according to MTA spokesman John Milton Wesley. The bus will travel on Fort Avenue south to Lawrence Street, then onto Key Highway East to Nicholson Street, then right on Hull Street and back to Fort Avenue.

For info and updates check www.fortavenuebridge.com, or on Twitter, @fortavebridge.

The Baltimore Guide will print periodic progress updates through the months the bridge is closed.

Neighborhood Watch is a representative, not a comprehensive, account of crimes reported in the Southern District during the past week. This week’s Neighborhood Watch was compiled by Jacqueline Watts.

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